mammographic


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mammographic

adjective Referring to a mammograph of mammogram.
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However, it is important to note that the mammographic features of this tumor may be deceptively benign.
Using standard reporting system in mammography BIRADS (Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System) presented by ACR (American College of Radiology) can help the clinicians to understand unique concept from the different radiologist's mammographic reports.
KEY WORDS: 25(OH)D, Breast Cancer, breast density, mammographic density, Volpara, premenopausal.
In a study involving 278 breast cancer patients, researchers examined the prognostic value of MBD and mammographic tumour features and their relationship with the established prognostic factors.
By assessing follow-up practices and post-treatment mammographic findings, it is hoped that the currently accepted international surveillance protocols may be reviewed and, if necessary, adapted to better suit the SA experience of the disease.
1) The second and perhaps even more significant concern regarding dense breasts is the marked decrease in mammographic sensitivity associated with increasing breast density.
Accuracy of mammography depends upon various factors such as protocols for mammographic reading, characteristics of the patient, type of breast and the expertise of the radiologist.
Wood presented a retrospective study of 26,000 women that demonstrated a dose-response relationship between aspirin use and lower mammographic breast density.
Measuring the real-world impact of CAD on mammographic accuracy has been difficult and has yielded inconsistent and contradictory findings.
Mammographic breast density was measured before and after completion of the study.
Objective: To determine the clinical symptoms and mammographic findings in patients of carcinoma breast.
The new mammographic technology allows the breast to be examined in 3D and could benefit up to 5,000 women every year.